Neomerica (Walking Iris) and related sought
I grow Neomerica (white with blue uppers), Neomarica caerulea (large blue with variegated uppers) and Trimezia martinicensis (Neomarica longifolia) (yellow with variegated uppers). I have caerulea pups well rooted from last years bloom. I'm looking to trade for other types and similar relatives. I grow them in the San Fernando Valley in my native soil, with the same water the roses and hibiscus receive and all three of these are thriving.
A friend once had a large flowered yellow which resembled the caerulea plant more than the Trimezia type in both foliage color and size. He said the flowers were about the same color yellow as the longifolia, but were the size of caerulea. I wonder if anyone here has encountered anything like that or might either grow it and have it available for trade or know where to find it for sale? I'm finding these to be very easy garden subjects here and would like to collect more, different types. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! Kim
The caerulea I have a few potted, well rooted pups of to trade.